Sunday, December 1, 2013

Another Year in The Books

     Saddest day of the year we say at the cabin...the Sunday after the main hunting season goes out. November seems to me to be the shortest month of the year. We start our gun deer hunting the 1st Saturday in November for four weeks. Today we ended the season with the end of the season butchering day. During the last week of the season does are legal to take and we full up the freezers. This year we took six does the last week and spent most of Sunday butchering. We only got one really nice buck this year but I had already guessed that was going to be the case from the lack of big bucks I got on camera this summer. We have three more weeks of the muzzleloader season the end of December. Hope to get a couple of more days in then.
     I don't have time to check my cameras today. I'm hoping to check them tomorrow. I did get a great deal on a new Covert MP6 on Black Friday. No, I don't wait in line. Come home for a bit and got it online. Hope to get it by the end of the week.

Couple of Sundays ago get together.

They said I had too much red on the tree :).

Cooper decked out in his blaze orange.

GW with the biggest buck we got this year.

Butchering

Couple of nice hams.

Cat and I grinding deer burger.

5 comments:

TexWisGirl said...

i do believe you need a dog, dear joe...

Michelle said...

Looks like a great bunch of guys! So nice to see that you all get together like this.

Michaele said...

What a great group of guys! No dear is safe I am sure. I got my deer in the freezer this weekend. I thawed some burger for chilli. The taste of deer meat will forever remind me of my childhood. Still, it will take some getting used to.

Lindsjö taxar said...

Hi!
You seem to have a great hunt. We still have our season for roes wit´h dogs, still moose, hogs, hares and fox.

Brian Balik said...

Sounds like a lot of fun. I can't wait to see more trail-cam pics.